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Giotto and Medieval Art: The Lives and Works of the Medieval Artists

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Master painter, architect and sculptor, Giotto revolutionized the medieval art world. The late 13th and early 14th centuries was a time of magnificent architectural and artistic expression and Giotto played a pivotal role during this exciting era. Experimenting with new techniques in panel painting and fresco, his work became highly influential in his own day, as well as a ...more
Hardcover, 64 pages
Published January 15th 1990 by Peter Bedrick Books
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A specialist in modern and contemporary art, Prof. Lucia Corrain is particularly interested in the language of figurative arts, especially painting. In her studies ranging from ancient to contemporary art, she has investigated how a work of art communicates, how it engages the spectator, and what kinds of emotions it provokes in the viewer. She is on the scientific board of the journal Visibile, a ...more
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